The other day I took some more sour mandarins and I kept moving them from one place to another. Being completely on another wave with the cooking plans I came across this mandarin cake recipe. It seemed so banally simple, I wasn't sure if anything came out of it but I said to take a risk - at least that's how much my mandarins served me. From a few moves I already had it in the oven and to be honest it came out really well, I escaped a little flour but this is not a bath, it adjusts and a really decent cake comes out, with seasonal flavors.
My family enjoyed it with great pleasure, they said that you could have more mandarins, so don't skimp and you will surely succeed in this cake recipe. In addition, it is cheap, we do not have eggs and butter in it, so we comply with the situation.
You can replace mandarins with other fruits, of course.
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In a bowl pour the milk, kefir and oil.
Add the sugar and grated lemon peel, mix well.
At the end, put flour and baking powder, mix with a whisk until the dough is smooth and without lumps.
That was all with the dough, it's very simple and fast.
Pour it and distribute it evenly (with a spoon) in an oven tray lined with baking paper.
I used the 4-burner stove tray.
Put tangerine slices on top.
Place in a preheated oven at 180 degrees for 30 minutes, or until nicely browned.
When it cools down, cut it into suitable pieces.
The texture is good, not extraordinarily fluffy, but soft and fragrant.
Very good and with winter flavor :)
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